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US presidential hopeful, Donald Trump, has been called many things, including divisive, stupid, and wrong. That by the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, after Trump suggested banning Muslims from entering the US. Now the frontrunner for the Republican nomination has responded.>> Number one, I'm not stupid, okay. I can tell you that right now.
Just the opposite, number two in terms of divisive, I don't think I'm a divisive person. I'm a unifier, unlike our president now, I'm a unifier.>> If you're president and he's the British Prime Minister.>> It looks like we're not going to have a very good relationship, who knows I hope to have a good relationship with him.
But, it sounds like he's not willing to address the problem either.>> I think his remarks are divisive, stupid, and wrong.>> Earlier this month, Cameron refused to retract his comments. Reuters UK Bureau Chief, Guy Faulconbridge, says, if Trump's elected, Cameron has problem.>> If President Trump is in the White House on January the 20th, David Cameron, and David Cameron is in Downing Street on January the 20th, it's gonna be a difficult one for him to sort out.
But ultimately these things are sorted out. It's not all about the leaders. It does though matter. That relationship is pretty important between Washington and London.>> London's first Muslim Sadiq Khan was also in the firing line for calling Trump's comments ignorant.>> When he won I wished him well, now I don't care about him, I mean it doesn't make any difference to me about him.
Let's see how he does, I mean let's see if he's a good mayor.>> Are you offended by what he said?>> Yeah, I am because he doesn't know me, never met me, doesn't know what I'm all about.>> President Obama said Britain would be back at the queue to negotiate the trade deal with the US, if it votes to leave the EU, but not under a Trump presidency.
A sign Trump recognizes the UK US special relationship, but if he does become president, those ties may need some urgent TLC.>> Thank you very much everybody, I greatly appreciate it.